Fulham wins to keep FA Cup campaign alive

FOOTBALL: Fulham has booked a visit to Sheffield United in the FA Cup fourth round later this month with a convincing 3-0 victory against fellow Premier League strugglers Norwich.

Goals from Darren Bent, Ashkan Dejagah and Steve Sidwell (pictured) were too much for the Canaries who are winless in their past seven outings.

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Non-league outfit Kidderminster Harriers remains the lowest-ranked team still in the competition after a famous 3-2 win at League One Peterborough United.

The scores were locked at 2-all until a late strike by Joe Lolley gave Kidderminster the win, setting up a fourth-round clash with EPL club Sunderland.

Cup holder Wigan stayed alive by beating MK Dons 3-1. Other winners were Watford, Port Vale, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham City, Preston North End and AFC Bournemouth, while Charlton Athletic drew 2-2 with Oxford United.



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